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People passing the intersection of Cambridge Street and Winn Street have likely noticed the site of the old Blockbusters has seen some recent activity. A fence has been put up and the ground has been re-leveled. The work prompoted one Burlington Patch reader to ask what is happening in the lot. Well, you ask, Patch answers. According to the Planning Department, the site will be a future branch of TD Bank, complete with a drive-thru. What do you think? If you could choose what would go in that spot would you choose a bank or something else? Let us know in the comments below.
Players of the Burlington Recreation Department's "Burlington Pride" Special Olympics team were given a special treat at TD Bank Garden last week.
Welcome to another edition of Patch Snap, where we highlight a picture of around Burlington or of Burlington residents out and about. Today's Patch Snap is courtesy of TD Bank and the Boston Celtics. According to a release: On Jan. 18, TD Bank hosted the Burlington Recreation Department’s Burlington Pride Special Olympics softball team at a Boston Celtics game as part of the TD Bank Community Clubhouse program. Pictured with the softball team members are (L-R, background) Sarah Boulos, Assistant Manager for TD Bank’s Burlington store; Lydia Brown, Tem Director/Manager for Burlington Pride Softball Team; and former Celtic great Cedric Maxwell. Do you have a picture that would make for a great Patch Snap? Email it to Richard.Hosford@Patch.…